Wind Lake, WI (PRWEB) July 28, 2006
The Universe is Otherwise, by technical expert Paul Schroeder, analyzes the weaknesses in the currently accepted theories on what causes objects to be drawn to each other in space, and offers a revolutionary new approach based upon the concept of Particle Applying External Pressure (PAEP).
Since the dawn of man's questioning of his external world, one of the critical issues has been what exactly causes objects to be attracted to one another, such as the force that compels humans themselves and all other untethered objects to remain on the surface of the earth, and not drift off into space as a result of the earth's rotation. For decades now, cosmologists, theoretical physicists, and other researchers in the natural world have assumed that the current thinking on gravitation is correct, and that it is caused by the warping of space by mass. Few modern-day thinkers have had the courage and insight to question these theories, and pose alternative explanations. Until now.
Paul Schroeder demonstrates that our understanding about gravitation is incomplete, and goes on to present a remarkable new theory, based upon his conception of gravity particles. This revolutionary new approach offers the scientific community a new way of looking at gravitation, as well as providing a bold challenge to conventional thinking.
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About the Author
Paul Schroeder has a strong technical background, being a mathematics major from Beloit College, followed up by a successful career in computer programming and directing MIS (Management Information Science) projects. His background in computer programming allows him to identify weaknesses in scientific thinking, including those that he has discovered in the current theories on space-time and gravitational forces.
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